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spend $25, and get a frozen safeway turkey for 59 cents a pound. or spend $25, and a frozen butterball turkey, just 99 cents a pound. so raise your glass, pull up a chair, grab a plate. this tastier thanksgiving is well worth the wait. safeway. ingredients for life. >> well the snow is falling pretty heavy in tahoe. highway 89 at squaw valley and road to north star early tonight was at complete standstill as you can see. cars collecting snow as it falls from the sky. good evening i'm dan. snow? the sierra and rain in the bay
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area. we have hit with downpour of rain off and on all day stopping as quickly as it started. in san francisco union square today the rain briefly stopped workers from putting up the annual christmas tree but only briefly. they got back to the job at hand. let's check in now with sandy to see what is on radar tonight. >> we have spotty showers around the bay area but what is getting interesting is the snow that has been developing. let's go to the live doppler and around the ukiah area near the clear lake north of clear lake you look very carefully we have had some pink showing up. mixed precipitation east of the ukiah area and north of lake port so the mountains there getting some colder moving in. where we are getting showers rate now. around monterey it's coming down. it's light to moderate at this hour. watsonville very light returns. we are far from through as you look at this the
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wider picture here look at the lightning strike that we have been seeing just northwest of the bay area. they have been basically dissipating but we are seeing some lightning strike so keep it in mine. thunderstorm possibility in the poker. sierra nevada chain control on interstate 80. highway 50 state route 4 and 88. they are getting some snow so far half foot and counte counteding. now we have the potential for snow in the bay area. i'll be back to talk about it in a few minutes. >> what many people want to know about is whether it is time to bring out the skis and the snow boards already. one resort opening this weekend. though many are waiting. more now from annette in the sierra. >> on and off flurry xwreeted visitors during the opening day here. skiers and snowboarders were able to play in man made snow mixed in with the real stuff that fellas month. further north in the tahoe area opening day will have to wait a little longer. the first storm
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that blue through last month gave people a teaser. with a couple of resorts opening for few day but then balmy weather set in. >> just really warm conditions. we all missed opening knowing it was going to be the case. >>reporter: last year early snow came but more didn't come until january. no one wants the repeat. now a new storm is blowing through giving resorts some hope they could open for good this season. snow making machine are fired up. employee are busy stocking up on wood and stores are putting out new merchandise for customers eager to update the winter wardrobe. >> good to have the door open. storm door open and as opposed to last year, jet stream dropping down moisture on the hill an bring temperatures down and get ready for great season. >>reporter: the mountain resort here hoping it stays cold enough through the next couple days to reopen on saturday. >> great for making snow
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because it's cold temperatures so our snow gun are running at the max. >> high hope it's a good year. >> now we don't know yet if this is weather related but critical condition here after giant tree fill on him this morning in sonoma. sonoma sheriff's officials say large crane was lifting the tree to move it off the ground when the tree snapped in half falling on 33-year-old jerrad mras and again in critical condition. >> residents in san anselmo deal with second major sewage spill in a little more than a week. sanitation officials say this time a homeowner drove a stake into a pipe and about 10,000 gallons of raw sewage poured out over the past few days. workers stopped the leak after reported only today. now early last week 88,000 gallons of sewage leaked from another pipe in san anselmo. officials figured out the tree root caused that pipe to give way. woman is recovering from a terrifying 3 and a half hour
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ordeal tonight and police are looking for the 2 people who put her through it it. kidnapped her. 57-year-old victim walking to her car in isolated parking lot in the shade land area of walnut creek last night. it was about 7:30 when this happened. >> she was confronted by 2 men. both what it male adults. they accosted her. of blindfolded her and bound and gagged her and put her in the back of her own car. >> woman was driven to various atm to drain money from her accounts. she was released in isolated section of the oakland hills. smaller older dark colored picp truck with a loud must haveler was seen leaving the area. the woman suffered minor bumps and bruises. well right now s.w.a.t. team mountain view are wrapping up a search of 2 apartment buildings where police say drug wrts being manufactured and sold. officers raided the 2 housing units on bush street that was about noon today in mountain view. they arrested 2 people and detained 3 others.
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they found marijuana, meth and dmt hallucinogenic drug at that location. police say this could be the first dnt lab bust ever in the bay area. san jose police made surprising discovery during traffic stop. this man was arrested. james mcgill after pulling over his vehicle on first street. drunk driving suspicion but leif pipe bomb while searching his car was found. bomb squad safely detonated the did he vase. nobody injured. mcgill held on l possession of destructive device and dui and drug offense. oakland police say this sketch of a man who tried to kidnap a teenager tl is who they are looking for. happened yesterday in east oakland on 103 avenue near international boulevard. 14-year-old girl says this man grabbed her from behind and pulled her toward a red newer model dodge ram pickup truck with another man at the wheel. she managed to escape and gave police this
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description. one year after they pitched tent on the steps of campus administration building uc berkeley demonstrators returned today for rally. while they celebrate the passage of proposition 30 they are worried about whether proceeds of this tax measure will really ultimately trickle down to them. laura has the story from plaza on campus. >>reporter: mood festive as couple hundred demonstrators march from the plaza but the message was a serious one. two days after california voters passed proposition 30 to raise tax for public education the students want to seat results. where it counts on the campuses and in the classroom. >> students pay way too much to have a public education like really ridiculous so i think we deserve as much money as we can
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to get back the students. >>reporter: cal state university will see a rebate of 249 dollars bit end of the month. uc students have only a modest promise that their tuition won't go up the rest of the school year. >> no tuition increases here. we would like now to have tuition increases next year but depends on the level of state funding. >> prop 30 passion is definitely good news for the uc system. brings more stability to the financial situation for this year. >>reporter: demonstrators did march out of the rain and into wheeler hall. but unlick last year dramatic occupy protest so far there have been no tent on the ground or in the air. no violent clashes with police or pepper spray. this time just a simple plea for prop 30 revenue to somehow flow down to them. >> i don't think tuition needs to be cut but i know it is threatening to be raised and i don't think that's fair. >> i would like to make sure
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there aren't like mass layoffs and like make sure we have all of our classes that we need like to graduate so we are not here for years. >>reporter: uc police have been very low key today and expect that to continue. if students decide to sleep out tonight a uc spokesman told me that they will continue this low key approach. they have learned a lot of lessons since last year and key words when handling demonstrations will be patience. at uc berkeley, abc 7 news. he cal state system is considering 3 fee hike to help push so-called career students out the door and create more space for new and current students. hike aimed at 3 kinds of students. those who have enough units to graduate but stay in school any way. those who repeat courses and the students who take more than a full time course load. fee would generate as much as 30 million dollars a year. cal state executives say the point here is to open up course space
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for students who need to be there. >> more to bring you. navy seals punished over a video game. that story next. and it is like cybersalt in a fresh wound. what we were only supposed to see if mitt romney had actually won the election. >> plus pay off facebook is making to the neighbors on the peninsula including one that surely doesn't need the money. also. new york disaster response chief is fired for what he did during super storm [ laughter ] [ girl ] wow, you guys have it easy. i wish i had u-verse when i was your age. in my day, we didn't have these fancy wireless receivers. blah blah blah. if i had a sleepover, i couldn't just move the tv into the playroom. no. we had to watch movies in the den because that's where the tv outlet was. and if dad was snoring on the couch,
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>> u.s. nraev is punishing the seal team 6 including one who is on the mission that killed osama bin laden. for helping a redwood city company develop a new video game. electronic arts or ea for short produced medal of honor war fighter and began distributing the game last month. the seals work as consultant on the project and received letters of reprimand and pay cut in half for 2 most. rear admiral wrote this. we don't tolerate the policy that govern who we are and what we do as sailors in the united states navy. well president obama thanked his chicago campaign staff on wednesday for making
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tuesday victory possible. mr. obama told the staff because of what they had done it means the work he is doing is important and he choked up. [applause]. >> he told his staff they will do amazing things in their life and their journey is just beginning. the campaign released the video. mitt romney campaign left one image behind. office of the president elect. designed with the hope of romney victory on tuesday which didn't happen. site contains bio of romney and paul ryan and encourages people to joint administration. also a quote from romney describing his vision of a smaller simpler smarter america. site was taken down this morning. >> menlo park base facebook is paying millions of dollars to neighboring cities as it expands the campus and
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generates more traffic. it's a story developed by our media partner california watch. non-profit project of the center for investigative journalism with the story tonight, david lou. >>reporter: i'm on the border menlo park. campus down the street but facebook expands it has a tremendous impact on the traffic. facebook is facing potential litigation from neighboring city so it agreed to pay them to mitigate the traffic impact east palo alto has received 650,000 dollars from facebook. half million dollars will be earmarked for traffic on university avenue. 150,000 will good towards bike path. >> things like loop so bicycle make the turn at intersections. doing improvement for pedestrians safety. so those are kind of things that really help and 150,000 dollars will go a long way. >>reporter: even th town here gets 350,000 because employees
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visitors to facebook will use the streets lined with up scale homes. >> no matter what. money won't stop. >>reporter: facebook neighbor resigned to more traffic. some of the money from facebook is also used for affordable houseing in east pal a little n menlo park, david lou abc 7 news. >> east coast for a moment. numbers on the damage estimates from super storm sandy are just staggering. new york governor cuomo says the price tag for the northeast is 50 billion dollars with new york state sustaining 33 billion dollars of that in damages. meanwhile governor cuomo has fired this man. new york emergency management director. governor says steve kirk diverted rescue crew to remove a tree that had fallen into his driveway during super storm sandy before helping others. truly in need. now he needs a new job. all right. well those folk back there dealing with nor'easter that brought bad weather more
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snow written to those parts. here we have had rough weather today. spencer is off. sandy is here. >> picked a good day to be off. or leave i should say. we have cold showers out there and the potential is there for some snow above 3000 feet. locally in our mountains almost like winter like weather here. hears lovely view. this is where it is snowing and coming down. tahoe right now from our heavenly camera reporting light snow. 25 degrees. south wind to 8. you factor in the wind chill and it feels colder up there. snowing heavily in the lake tahoe area blue canyon lightened up right now. let's check out the doppler and show you what it looks like from that perspective. we have scattered showers around the bay area. a little bit of a lull in the action but not everywhere. we get new close to the monterey bay pacific grove monterey see moderate rainfall. brief downpour right
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now at highway 1 l steady light rain and we pan around to other parts of the bay area. san mateo county coast and out to highway 35 we are seeing a spotty shower developing. now to the north just around the mostly clear lake area south of ukiah. the pink on live doppler 7 hd mixed precipitation and rain and snow. under a winter weather advisory as they have already seen accumulating snow down to 2500 feet. here's a loop of the radar here. live doppler 7 hd and you will notice the lightning strike we have seen several lightning strike a good one 40 miles off the coast. not materializing yet but still potential for thunderstorms in the forecast through tomorrow. chain control heading to tahoe on all major routes. it's still snowing and they are going to be counting up to the a foot when all said and done. rainfall total it has been on the light side but you may have run in a brief downpour here
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and there. san francisco 18 hundredths of an inch. santa rosa/100ths of an inch. 4 hundredths in oakland. trace in san jose. and livermor livermore/100ths of an inch. here's what is coming temperatures are dropping. getting cold. low 40's around santa rose. mid 40's in nap. half man bay bundle up stay warm tonight. scattered showers through friday. small hail thunder possible at the 3000 feet into the next 24 hours. here's the cold system. remember it originated in the gulf of alaska. steady rain passed but we have the cold unstable air to work its way down and when it continues to move through you will see a shower develop. dry period shower develop computer animation 11:00 p.m. scattered showers in the forecast picking up a bit. 5:00 a.m. still see wet pavement out there give yourself more time out the door. continues into the evening commute for friday before it all winds
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saturday morning. weekend is looking dry with some changes coming there as well. 10 inches near the crest with blowing snow expected gusty winds prepare for winter driving conditions. all right upper 30's in the coldest north bay valley by morning. upper 40's around the coast and tomorrow afternoon bundle up it's a coololol one. carry your umbrella. temperatures in the 50's around the monterey bay scattered showers temperatures remain well below average with 50's there and 7 day forecast. falling tempo tensional first frost of the season. sunday morning. it's going to get chilly at or below freezing but we bring you dry conditions for veterans day and monday and another chance of showers returning tuesday and wednesda wednesday. >> all right thanks very much. >> black friday arrives even earlier this year. retailer cutting schorr the thanksgiving holiday. tell what you wal-mart is up to. >> the smart phone that is the new best seller knocking the i-phone down a notch. stay
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>> firefighters in menlo park grab more than just the boots and helmet when responding to emergency. now they will also grab their i-pad like this one. it is so they can have access to new app developed just for the department. it helps them guides them to the nearest fire hydrant. access to building layouts or let them look up information on hazardous materials. they can even track the location of the fire trucks as they head to a call. >> awe the information was originally existing to just paper form. we condensed it and integrated into the application. >> well other fire departments are already looking into the coping this specialize app.
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equipment was purchased with 10,000 dollar donation from 2 insurance companies. mean time the apple i-phone was knocked off the perch last quarter as best selling smart phone on the market. samsung sold this. shipping 18 million units to the i-phone 16.2. analyst say part of the fall off for apple is buyers were waiting for the new 5 that came out recently. shares of the cupertino base company were down almost 2% today. the stock is below 550 dollars no now. it was over 700 dollars a share just two months ago. well black friday will arrive earlier than ever at wal-mart this year. customers will have tl barely digested their dinner before shopping starts off at 8:00 p.m. 2 hours earlier than last year and to kick it off wal-mart is loading up on electronic gadget that shop remembers ready to spend. from inside state prison
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tonight 3 inmates who say soon be walking the streets once again thanks to california voters. >> plus how does a file jump that matched a palm print of bill. >> case went cold for more than a decade and then a surprise piece of evidence turns up. tonight a murder man says did he not commit and how he says if he was framed by his own wife. stay with us. 7 news at 9 continues for anotot
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but they missed. red cross says it can not cope with the worsening situation in syria. agency says the humanitarian situation is getting worse despite the scope of the operation increasing. meanwhile syrian president is vowing never to flee the country. he says he will die in syria if he has to. now he doesn't think the west will get involved in the bloody 19 month old conflict but he warns against foreign military intervention. >> the praise of this invasion if it happened is going to be world war because if you have problem in syria and casualty in the region. it will have domino effect that will effect the world from the atlantic to the pacific. >>reporter: his comments came after british prime minister cameron said that he pushed president obama to make syria a higher priority and possibly lift arms embargo in order to
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boost the rebel forces. back at home. passage of proposition 36 this week signal a new cost conscious view of crime and punishment in the state revising california 3 strike law means that thousands of prison inmates could soon be back out on the street. tonight with the help of california watch part of the center for investigative reporting you will hear from 3 inmates awaiting their freedom. here is morning anchor eric thomas. [applause]. >>reporter: tuesday night was a chance to celebrate for supporters of proposition 36 initiative to scale back california 3 strike law. >> usually when people go to the poll they are voting to increase penalty. this is one of the few times actually in u.s. history where they said no. it's too harsh. >>reporter: no one was paying more attention to the vote than this group of prisoners at san quentin called hope for strikers. the group has been meeting for many years to bring awareness to the 3 strike law. >> i'm ed griffin and i got 27
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years to live for possession of cocaine. >> my third strike is burglary of unoccupied dwelling. it was my first relapse after being clean and sober for almost 10 years. >> my third strike was instigating a fight. it was a non-violent felony and they gave me 25 to life. >>reporter: so john has already served 16 years behind bars. he's one of the nine,000 third strike intercalifornia prisons and one of the 3000 who will be eligible for a rehearing because of prop 36. >> my second time in prison. and my first 2 strike came from one case when i was 18 years old. 2 burglaries. >>reporter: now a judge could decide to remove his life sentence. >> it's a life sentence gets taken off then chances are that i may end up going home. because i have so much time already in.
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>>reporter: sutter county district attorney adams opposed prop 36. >> california voted for 3 strike because they were tired of this idea of people going to prison getting out committing another felony victimizing somebody else going back getting out creating another victim and so on and so on. >>reporter: michael romano who helped write prop 36 says the 3 strike law will remain the toughest in the country. >> it is really trying to address what we think are the most excessive sentences in the country. close to in the country history. >>reporter: california is one of 27 states with a 3 strike law before prop 36 it was the only state to impose life sentences for non-violent third strike. romano says this week vote will reduce the strain in california penal system. >> make sure our prisons are not over crowded with people who don't deserve to be there and also helps people who have been sentenced to live for very minor non-violent conduct.
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>>reporter: since 3 strike tl passed in 1994 crime has dropped but also dropped in other states that doesn't have 3 strike. politician across the country are questioning whether benefits of laws like 3 strike outweigh the cost. >> we need a safe country. i want to live in a safe neighborhood everybody does but we ought to look at the correction system and say is this really the way to do it? is there another way to do it? which could save us money and still keep us safe. i think there might be. >>reporter: as member of the senate judiciary committee senator durbin of illinois haas is doing a broad review of prison other policy. >> voters want to make sure those in government spend their money well and not wasting it. i also think they don't want america to be known as a country that does inhumane thing to the prisoners and incarcerates them unfairly for any lengthy period of time not justified. >>reporter: this week vote signal a new direction for california which was at the fore front of introducing law like 3 strike.
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>> all eyes on california here. california started this trend as it starts so many trends and people are really lack to go see what people in the state are going to do with 3 strike law. >>reporter: adam director of public policy safety research at the center on the state says other states have also started to temper sentencing laws. >> those states may willing to revisit what they have done and may go a little further and other half of the state that haven't broached this issue in a serious way will probably say maybe now it's time. >>reporter: mean time for thousands of california inmates like john, prop 36 may now offer a chance at fresh start. >> i'm glad that people of california are having a chance to take a second look at this i'm hopeful. very hopeful. >>reporter: this is abc 7 new news. now to story about an arizona man who spent more than 3 decades in prison for a murder he says he did not commit. 77-year-old bill said he was innocent from the start saying he was framed by his
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wife. now a judge is finally set him free. here's dan. you are looking at the first moment of freedom for man who hasghte spent 30 plus years trying to convince the world he's innocent. >> big day. family day, in the 1970's bill was convicted of killing 2 young adults in the desert of arizona. his son ron grew up believing his dad was a monster. until several years ago when he got a call from a lawyer telling him. >> i think your father is innocent and we are pretty sure your mom framed him. >>reporter: at the time of the arrest bill and carol's marriage was falling apart and carol was working at the local sheriff's office where she had access to the evidence in the murders. >> i don't have any doubt any more that my mom did this. >>reporter: did you frim your husband. >> no. absolutely not. >>reporter: we tracked ron's mother down and she agreed to this her first and only tv interview. the notion that your son would say that you are
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capable of acting as diabolical fashion is a the damming statement. arizona clemency board unanimously recommended the sentence be commuted arguing another man had confessed to the murder. however the governor of arizona brewer refused to sign off and refused to talk to the family or us. so we showed up unannounced at one of her news conferences. >> i have sent your office 2 e-mails and letter no response. >> i appreciate your concern but i made my decision an it's final. tirjs this is your board. on wednesday two years after that confrontation tl with the defense lawyers launch add strong last ditch effort to clear his name in court, prosecutors finally agreed to plea deal that set bill free. >> good luck to you sir. >> thank you your honor. l. >>reporter: it's worth noting that bill is not formally
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♪ [ singing]. >> bruce playing at tonight stand up for hero concert in new york. event raises money to help injured service member members. now that organization was started by abc news reporter bob woodruff after own
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brain injury suffered in iraq when reporting there. tonight he has this report on some veterans who took part. >>reporter: at last year stand up for hero benefit it was the boss. bringing the house down. this year joining him a different band of brothers. >> i was in canada hav har afghanistan lost my leg above the knee. >>reporter: wounded veterans. now students of a program at walter reid called music corps. they are taught instruments. taught to use their new bodies. the idea came to pianist while visiting the hospital he noticed injured veterans sitting alone in silence for hours. >> life blown up in ever sense of the word. we are trying to reinject a sense of excellence.
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>>reporter: and healing. >> actually i hope ceasing number of studies that show that music can help an injured brain heal. compensate for injured part. >> i have an injured brain can i play music with you. >>reporter: music corps pairs up veteran with world biggest stars. >> this is our lead guitar players. >>reporter: that's roger waters front man of pink floyd. after seeing the crowd at last year stand up for hero event, roger had an idea. >> i thought what if they would let me try and put a band together that had a bunch of the guys in it. these guys. >>reporter: they became the wounded warrior band. >> this ace dream i can't imagine you ever thought of. >> no. never never imagined this. >>reporter: tonight together on the stage. might not always see their scars but you will
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see their souls. abc news, new york. >> healing power of music. wow! held tonight in new york. >> well moving on. it's called the silent killer talking about carbon monoxide poisoning. up next. learning how xhoynt is and how simple it is to prevent.
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think. this is carbon monoxide awareness week and we are working with fire department all over the bay area to make us all awhat you are of how simple detectors can save a life. terri has the story. >>reporter: fire departments are banning together to pre-haven't casualty from fires and carbon monoxide. >> idea of exit drills, smoke alarms, early notification is paramount to saving lives. provides an advantage to the fire department and citizen. >>reporter: operation 7 save a life team up with fire department in oakland, san jos jose, menlo park and santa clara county. increase the number of alarm ins homes. they are available to those who can't afford one and to seniors donated by home depot and kit alarm. they have battery that last a decade. >> so it has a lift um battery that lasts 10 years in the smoke alarm.
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>>reporter: carbon monoxide can be a silent killer. odo odorless invisible that caused 500 people evacuate from the embassy suite in burlingame this morning. it could have been much worse. >> on monday of this week we lunched the carbon monoxide awareness week by airing the series of of stories focusing on fire safety and awareness. >>reporter: you pulled the battery from the alarm, help is vaibling. >> sometimes people will take them down tl because maybe they sound or too close to kitchen or something like that. so we give them advice open where they can locate them. while still protecting the area of the residence and at the same time won't be a nuisance alarm for them. >>reporter: during the course of operation 7 save a life 3300 smoke and carbon monoxide alarm given to needy and seniors. this life saving device cost 20 to 40 dollars. in oakland, 7 news. if you would like more information on operation 7 save
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a life go to our web site and look under see it on tv. tips on protecting your family and your home. it's not can i to do and so fruj ill. key is being prepared. please start here. >> back one last check on the forecast. rain is a bit spott spotty. still around the bay area. sandy is here. >> yes spotty now jim but expect it to pick up overnight tonight. we are seeing a mix of rain and snow around cobb mountain. here's cobb mountain just about 4000 peak indicating snow there. cold air shifting south and possibility that some of our highest peak locally above 3000 could be seeing some snow in the next 24 hours. obviously starting tomorrow. few scattered showers around highway 68 when we look at the forecast for tomorrow. temperatures well below average in the 50's. you need the long coat. scarves. umbrella and you look at the accu-weather 7
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day forecast. still slight chance of thunder with hail tomorrow. certainly the showers and then we dry it out for you. bring on freezing cold conditions for the weekend morning co-see the first frost of the season. i looked at the current temperatures and i lowered the low temperature tonight. going down in the 30's. but it will be like. >> we would good to winter. >> larry here with all the sports tonight. >> on the subject of lowering the low expectations. the warriors. did andrew come back too soon. warrior big man spectator for awhile. the decision made today to put him ♪
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>> coming up tonight at 11:00. bay area residents waiting for the u.s. government to collapse. they have taken the blood oath and sworn allegiance as they prepare to take over the country. and tonight the 7 news i team goes inside one of the meetings. why the fbi is concerned about what is going
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on here. >> family camping out in the cold tonight for an event that happens just once a year. those stories and more for you coming up tonight on 7 news at 11 over on channel 7. sure hope you can join us for that. but now larry her with all the sports and some more news tonight. >> you know i am mr. sunny positive. the in the newsroom, i'll try to talk positively here. >> you believe that that. >> warriors are cursed. they have all kinds of injury problems. today they announce they are shutting down center bogus for the next 7 to continue day to rest surgically repaired left ankle. sat out entire pre-season but came in to start the year afternooning 18 minutes a game but not putting up the scoring numbers or rebounding numbers that he's accustomed to. he was scoreless last night in fact. kind of laboring. coming back
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from injury. not really in shape. coach jackson and bogus both say sitting counsel right now, not cause for alarm. >> probably came back a little early because i wanted to test him out see where i was at with my afternoon el. probably a little too soon but that's just what i wanted to do. hasn't gotten worse but hasn't gotten better this last i feel in like i'm a liability. i can't rebound. ove the way would i lick to move. at the end of the day we know what we are dealing w.important to stay true to the process as far as making sure that he is healthy and said all along we listen to the doctors. i'll trust my eyes and then most importantly listen to andrew because he knows his body better than anybody else. >> warriors play the lakerss tomorrow night. oklahoma city and chicago. with authority. oh. look at him wind mill this thing in. that is nice. durrant led the thunder we are
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34. akc durant pwaivts in fire. 97-91. nfl. colts won 2 games last year. that gave them the opportunity to draft luck to resurrect the franchise with the no. 1 pick. he's done it in instant fashion. tonight against jacksonville the jag are bad. how bad? when fans showing one bag on their head you know you are bad. jag almost had a big play f.intercepted by ross. hold o on. jaguar called for roughing the passer helmet to helmet. drive stays away. luck or one of the 2 rushing touch down on the season. 6 and 3 this season. the a's stunning unexpected success resulted in play off berth and billy bean executive of the year by sporting news. took a team and went 74 and 88 in 2011. the tl everybody thought it was rebuilding year instead of
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brilly brought in these colors despite lowest payroll in baseball. he won this award back in november. nhl yet to begin the season. talk in another lock out. owner and players met for the third straight day. they look for new places to play. last week both started practicing with the san francisco and signed 1 year deal company my as early as tomorrow as stomach but but said because of his current contract situation with the shark you may not see him on the ice with the bowl. >> it's risky with the way i was set up with my contract. only 1 year left. try to find anywhere at the restaurant but right now i'm happy to see what happens and see if it's moving us forward. go to seed. >> college football no. 10. florida state and less than a minute to go ej to greechbility
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i love this kind of burst. 39 yards up 22 point commercial. team driving for the go ahead score by tyler interest hunting they hold on 28-22. usc fired one of the student manager. he deflated 5 football before saturday game against other gchbility you can throw and easier to catch and duck caught plenty of them. they are using the deplateed ball too. he had no idea about this. i know nothing. i'm fichlt active road teenager that's what we are lead to belief. >> i no he that. >> that's this edition of 7 news. i'm dan, for all of us here, thanks so much for watching. appreciate your tim time. see you

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